roaming

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Telekom) dolaşım

Tom çok pahalı dolaşım ücretleri olduğu için burada cep telefonunu kullanamıyor. - Tom can't use his cell phone here because he has very expensive roaming charges.

gezeleme
roaming
(Bilgisayar) gezici
roam
aylak aylak dolaşmak
roaming access number
(Bilgisayar) gezeleyen abone numarası
roaming actor
aktör roaming
roaming access number
gezeleyen abonenin erisim numarasi
roaming profile
(Bilgisayar) gezici profil
roam
{f} amaçsız gezinmek
roam
gezinti
roam
aylak aylak dolaş
roam
gezinme

Sığırlarının serbestçe başıboş gezinmelerine izin vermemeleri teşvik edildi. - They were encouraged not to let their cattle roam freely.

roam
gezme
roam
sürtmek
roam
gezinmek
roam
dolanmak
free-roaming
Serbestçe dolaşan, kapalı yerde tutulmayan (hayvan)

I bought free roam egg from the market.

roam
dolaşma

Meralarda dolaşmayı severim. - I like to roam about the fields.

Bu haydut isyancılar dünyada dolaşmayı hak etmiyorlar. - Those rogue rebels do not deserve to roam the Earth.

roam
serseri mayın gibi dolaşmak
gprs roaming exchange
(Telekom) gprs roamıng değişimi
roam
avare dolaşmak
roam
(fiil) gezinmek, dolaşmak, amaçsız gezinmek
roam
{f} dolaşmak, gezinmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The use of a network or service from different locations or devices
The ability to use a cell phone outside of its original registering zone
An instance of wandering
Present participle of roam
(Telekom) In wireless telecommunications, roaming is a general term referring to the extension of connectivity service in a location that is different from the home location where the service was registered. Roaming ensures that the wireless device is kept connected to the network, without losing the connection. The term "roaming" originates from the GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) sphere; the term "roaming" can also be applied to the CDMA technology. Traditional GSM Roaming is defined (cf. GSM Association Permanent Reference Document AA.39) as the ability for a cellular customer to automatically make and receive voice calls, send and receive data, or access other services, including home data services, when travelling outside the geographical coverage area of the home network, by means of using a visited network. This can be done by using a communication terminal or else just by using the subscriber identity in the visited network. Roaming is technically supported by mobility management, authentication, authorization and billing procedures
In connection with mobile telephones, “to roam” means to use the telephone both nationally and internationally on another mobile operator's network This is why roaming agreements are made between the mobile network operators
The ability of subscriber of mobile telecommunications services to place, maintain, and receive calls when they are located outside their designated home serving are
The ability to use a cellular phone outside of your cellular or PCS company's service area
It refers to when a user travels outside of his/her calling area It usually involves higher charges and long distance fees
Using your wireless phone in an area outside its home coverage area There is usually an additional charge for roaming
A service offered that allows subscribers to use the mobile phone and its services while travelling outside the UK
the ability for cellular phone users to make or receive calls on other service providers' networks when outside the coverage area of their own cellular network service provider
The ability to take your phone outside of your home (local) area For instance, a Telecom Mobile can go with you to Europe, U S , Canada, Australia and more You keep your number, and all your services follow you
Using your cellphone on networks other than the one to which you pay your monthly line rental In other words, using your phone abroad Roaming is available on all of the UK digital networks How many countries you can roam to will depend on the number of roaming agreements your network has signed, and on the type of phone you have access to Roaming must be requested from your network or airtime provider
When moving from one wireless network access to another, one "roams" When you use a mobile phone as you walk down the street and you notice that the network strength drops and then gradually picks up again, chances are that you have just roamed from one wireless "cell" to another The same applies with wireless LANs When you move out of range of one access point, if there is another access point which is part of the same network, you will roam to it If there is no access point in the same network, your client will try to find another access point which you have access to, even if it is a totally different network In that case you not only roam across access points, but also across networks
A method that enables subscribers of one wireless operator to use their handset in another carrier's service area Customers cannot roam on a network unless their home carrier and the visited operator have a roaming agreement and a user has compatible equipment
Typically used to describe a portable communications device moving its network connection from one fixed access point to another
within your home network, this means that your mobile phone automatically sets up communication procedures with different radio base stations when on the move International roaming means that you can use networks other than your own when traveling abroad
The Sympatico service has a feature - called "roaming" - which allows you to connect to the Internet from almost anywhere when travelling throughout Canada
The ability of a wireless node to keep continuous connectivity to the network while moving from one physical location to another, served by a different Access Point
A service offered by mobile communications network operators which allows a subscriber to use his/her radio or phone while in the service area of another carrier Roaming requires an agreement between operators of technologically compatible systems in individual markets to permit customers of either operator to access the other's systems
Moving seamlessly from one AP coverage area to another with no loss in connectivity is a standard feature with ZoomAir networking
Using a wireless phone outside of your service provider's local coverage area or home calling area is referred to as roaming Roaming arrangements between service providers expand the potential area for phone use Service providers typically charge a higher per-minute fee for calls placed outside their home calling or coverage area Roaming within your home network, this means that your mobile phone automatically sets up communication procedures with different radio base stations when on the move International roaming means that you can use networks other than your own when traveling abroad Back to the top
The ability to use your cellular phone outside your usual service area – when traveling, for example
Using your cellular phone outside of your home calling area Some cellular companies charge you additional fees to access another carrier's site when you roam There are no roaming charges with Nextel service
Roaming is a method allowing users to access security services using their certificate but not being constrained to a specific PC, device, or location
Using your wireless phone in an area outside its home service area
Roaming refers to the service provided by a mobile phone company which makes it possible for you to use your mobile phone when you travel abroad. International Roaming is your digital mobile phone's passport to travel but the cost of calls is high. the process that a mobile phone uses when it is in a different country or area from usual, and has to connect to a different network
The ability to access a network anywhere and move freely while maintaining an active link through a wireless connection to a network Roaming usually requires a handoff when a node (user) moves from one cell to another The ability to access a network anywhere and move freely while maintaining an active link through a wireless connection to a network Roaming usually requires a handoff when a node (user) moves from one cell to another
Traveling outside a carrier's local area (Back to top )
roaming master
A master shot in which the camera moves relative to the performance
roam
To use a network or service from different locations or devices
roam
To wander or travel freely and with no specific destination
roam
{v} to ramble, rove, wander, range, go
roam
The act of roaming; a wandering; a ramble; as, he began his roam o'er hill amd dale
roam
If you roam an area or roam around it, you wander or travel around it without having a particular purpose. Barefoot children roamed the streets They're roaming around the country shooting at anything that moves Farmers were encouraged to keep their livestock in pens rather than letting them roam freely
roam
{f} travel about aimlessly, wander, drift, rove
roam
To range or wander over
roam
move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; "The gypsies roamed the woods"; "roving vagabonds"; "the wandering Jew"; "The cattle roam across the prairie"; "the laborers drift from one town to the next"; "They rolled from town to town"
roam
To go from place to place without any certain purpose or direction; to rove; to wander
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
roaming
roaming

    Турецкое произношение

    rōmîng

    Произношение

    /ˈrōməɴɢ/ /ˈroʊmɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'rOm ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English romen.

    Слово дня

    etiolate
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